OHL Gold Cup Rosters Unveiled

CAMBRIDGE, Ont. – 160 of the top under-16 male hockey players from across Ontario have officially been named to rosters for the 2019 OHL Gold Cup. The annual showcase running from May 2-May 5, 2019 at the Activa Sportsplex in Kitchener, Ont offers participating players the opportunity to develop through the Hockey Canada Program of Excellence and subsequently be evaluated for invitation to the national under-17 development camp. The eight teams attending the OHL Gold Cup; Team ALLIANCE, Team GTHL Blue, Team GTHL Red, Team HEO, Team HNO, Team NOHA, Team OMHA Black and Team OMHA White, have been working to establish the most competitive minor midget players from their region for their roster.

NOHA 100th Anniversary Celebration

There's still time to purchase tickets for the NOHA 100th Celebration, including the 100th Hockey Festival and Taw Connors concert! Click Here for more information and tickets!

14 NOHA Players Selected in OHL Priority Selection

Congratulations to the 14 NOHA players who were selected in the OHL Priority Selection! Of those players, 13 participated on Team NOHA and played in the OHL Cup in March, 2019. The NOHA is incredibly proud of these players. Of the Minor Midget-aged players registered to NOHA Teams, 20% were part of the OHL Priority Selection.

North Bay Trappers Wrap Up First Place During Midget AAA Regional Round Robin

The North Bay & District Trappers have finished in the top spot of Round Robin play at the Midget AAA Regional Championships in Bowmanville. Day One of play saw the Trappers tie the Toronto Young Nationals 1-1 with a goal by Jesse Kirby. On Day Two, the Trappers played the Elgin Middlesex Chiefs, gaining a shut-out win with three goals by Cole Goode, Justin Dauphinaise, and Eric Lafontaine, with goaltender Benjamin Gaudreau stopping all 30 shots by the Chiefs. Day Three’s game against the Host Clarington Toros began with an impressive lead, resulting in a final score of 4-2 for the Trappers, with goals by Ben Brunette, Justin Dauphinaise, Zach Lefebvre, and a short-hander by Noah Lagrandeur

NCCP Sport Nutrition Course

Good nutrition is important for both athletic performance and maintaining a healthy lifestyle outside of sport. By helping their participants make good nutrition choices, coaches not only empower them to perform their best, they also help them establish positive dietary habits that can last a lifetime. The NCCP Sport Nutrition module provides coaches with education about basic sport nutrition principles. This 40-60-minute eLearning will provide an understanding of how to support athletes and their parents or caregivers to make effective nutrition choices. Visit the eLearning page in the Locker to get started, or learn more at www.coach.ca/SportNutrition.

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